How Fast Does a Human Body Fall?

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A human body can fall by being pushed or tripping over an object. The natural reaction is to outstretch your arms to help buffer the fall. This can lead to broken bones in the hands, wrists, or arms. When a body is in free fall, the heart rate may increase. This is often the case with thrill seekers. Skydiving and bungee jumping are great ways to get a rush without actually harming the body. The body temperature will also rise.
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The speed limit depends on the body's shape and weight. Generally speaking, the
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A falling person's speed will vary depending on their body build, the strength of gravity (which only really varies once you get well above the height where you'd need an oxygen supply
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